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Courier-News

For the Chicago newspaper, see Newspapers of the Chicago metropolitan area. For Crestline Courier-News, see List of newspapers in California.
Courier News
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner Gannett Company
Editor Paul C. Grzella, general manager
Founded 1884 (as The Evening News)
Headquarters 1201 Route 22, Bridgewater Township, New Jersey 08807 USA
Circulation 32,840 daily, 32,163 Sunday in 2008[1]
Official website MyCentralJersey.com

The Courier News, headquartered in Bridgewater Township, New Jersey, is a daily newspaper serving Somerset County and other areas of Central Jersey. The paper has been owned by the Gannett Company since 1940.

Notable alumni

  • John Curley, former president, chairman and CEO of Gannett Co., Inc, the first editor of USATODAY, chairman of the Newspaper Association of America, and a member of the Gannett Board of Directors from 1983 to 2001. His newpspaper career spanned 30 years with Gannett and included publisher of the Courier-News. The sports journalism department at Penn State is named in his honor.
  • Tom Curley, current president and chief executive officer of the Associated Press. Curley is also a former president, publisher, and one of the co-creators of USA Today. He was publisher of the Courier-News from 1983 until 1985.

References

External links

  • Courier-News
  • Official iPhone app
  • Official Android app
  • Official mobile version
  • Official tablet version

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